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Fire onboard a ship is among the most dangerous fire environments conceivable. Confined spaces, extreme heat and combustible materials multiply the complexity of the situation.An additional problem with fire on ships is that the location may be such that assistance from fire and rescue services is hard to get. The breathing protection available at the site has to serve different purposes; escape breathing devices are necessary for evacuation of staff members not directly involved in the fire extinguishing, and full SCBA/BA sets for the firefighters working on location.

Spirolite pack 323.4

The Interspiro cylinder pack has a total volume of 6.8 L with an unlimited service life, ”NLL” — Non-Limited Life. The cylinder pack consist of two cylinders mounted together with a pipe protected inside the handle and is equipped with one cylinder valve. The design with two smaller cylinders has the following advantages:

  • Lower profile makes it possible to enter narrow passages
  • Better seating position in fire truck 
  • Center of gravity closer to the body
  • Possibe to move more freely, for example lying on your back when spraying water at the roof
  • Easier to drag out a fire fighter in an emergency
  • Easier handling between mission since it can not roll and is easy to place upright
  • Cylinder valve protected by carrying handle

 

The cylinder valve has a pressure gauge, burst disc and safety ratchet to prevent uninteional closing. 

The cylinder pack can be equipped with an optional Cylinder Quick Coupling.

Approval : 2014/68/EU
Approval (2) : ISO1119
Standard : EN12245
Standard (2) : ISO1119-3
Material : Thermoplatsic liner
Material (2) : Carbon/Glass fibre with Epoxy resin
Connection : M17 x 1.5 neck thread
Working pressure : 300 bar
Test pressure : 450 bar
Breathing gas : Breathing air (EN12021)
Length : 678 mm
Width : 265 mm
Thickness : 118 mm

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